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- Two New Books, Using MPI and Using MPI-2
- Symposium on Continuous and Discontinuous Modelling of Materials
- Workshop on Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems
- Savoisiennes Numerical Analysis Days
- Workshop on Computational Acoustics and Electromagnetics
- Forsythe Fellowship at Stanford
- Householder Fellowship at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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From: Petter Abrahamsen <Petter.Abrahamsen@nr.no>

Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000 09:10:21 +0100

**Subject: LAPACK++ and Cholesky decomposition**

We are currently developing some C/C++ programs that include solving

symmetric linear positive definite (SPD) systems. In addition, we

need the Cholesky decomposition of the associated SPD matrices for

further use in some matrix expressions. Speed is quite critical since

we will solve many different fairly large equation systems based on

the same Cholesky decomposition.

We have previously used LAPLACK++ for solving linear equation systems

and thought this would be an appropriate package. However, we have run

into major problems with our installation. Partly we have problems

figuring out which methods are available for Cholesky decomposition from

the somewhat erroneous and lacking documentation. Also, we have problems

compiling some of the code and even linking it because some header files

seem to lack the associated .cc files necessary to make an archive. (Is

this a local problem or a problem with the LAPACK++ package?).

So, is there anybody who have successfully used LAPACK++ for Cholesky

decomposition of SPD matrices and then used the solution in further

matrix operations including solving linear equation systems?

Alternatively, have any of you suggestions to an alternative free

library for use in C++ or C? (Preferably C++).

Sincerely yours

Petter Abrahamsen

Norwegian Computing Center

P.O.Box 114 Blindern

N-0314 Oslo, Norway

http://www.nr.no/home/pab/

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From: Constructive Approximation <ca@math.usf.edu>

Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2000 16:41:52 -0500 (EST)

**Subject: Selected Papers of J.L. Walsh**

We are pleased to announce the availability of "Joseph L. Walsh

Selected Papers", published by Springer-Verlag (ISBN 0-387-98782-7),

with commentaries by Q.I. Rahman, F. Schipp, P. Gauthier, D. Gaier,

T.J. Rivlin, E.B. Saff, and W. Schempp.

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From: Craig Loehl <Craigloehl@aol.com>

Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2000 11:32:20 EST

**Subject: Global Optimization for Mathematica**

Global Optimization 3.0 Released

Loehle Enterprises announces the release of v. 3.0 of Global Optimization for

Mathematica. Version 3.0 features 4 functions including a generalized

hill-climbing algorithm that accepts any mix of real, integer, and discrete

variables and is very robust to local minima, a 0-1 integer solver using the

Interchange Method, and an allocation solver for nonlinear investment

problems. It is ideal for engineering design problems, finance, nonlinear

model fitting, and other applications. For more information contact

630-579-ll90, craigloehl@aol.com or

http://www.wolfram.com/products/applications/globalopt/

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From: Sharon Filipowski <Sharon.Filipowski@PSS.Boeing.com>

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 08:17:02 -0800

**Subject: Optimization Prize for Young Researchers**

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: Optimization Prize for Young Researchers

PRINCIPAL GUIDELINE. The Optimization Prize for Young Researchers,

established in 1998 and administered by the Optimization Section (OS)

within the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science

(INFORMS), is awarded annually at the INFORMS Fall National Meeting

to one (or more) young researchers for the most outstanding paper in

optimization that is submitted to or published in a refereed professional

journal. The prize serves as an esteemed recognition of promising

colleagues who are at the beginning of their academic or industrial career.

DESCRIPTION OF THE AWARD. The Optimization award includes a cash

amount of US$1,000 and a citation certificate. The award winners will be

invited to give a one-hour lecture of the winning paper at the INFORMS

Fall National Meeting in the year the award is made. It is expected that

the winners will be responsible for the travel expenses to present the paper

at the INFORMS meeting.

ELIGIBILITY. The authors and paper must satisfy the following three

conditions to be eligible for the prize:

(a) the paper must either be published in a refereed professional journal

no more than three years before the closing date of nomination, or be

submitted to and received by a refereed professional journal no more than

three years before the closing date of nomination;

(b) all authors must have been awarded their terminal degree within five

years of the closing date of nomination;

(c) the topic of the paper must belong to the field of optimization in its

broadest sense.

NOMINATION. Nominations should be sent before July 15, 2000 to

Robert J. Vanderbei

Dept. of Operations Research and Financial Engineering

Princeton University

Princeton, NJ 08544

Nominations should be accompanied by a supporting letter.

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From: Jud Wolfskill <wolfskil@MIT.EDU>

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 14:14:07 -0400

**Subject: Two New Books, Using MPI and Using MPI-2**

The following is a book which readers of this list might find of

interest. For more information please visit

http://mitpress.mit.edu/promotions/books/GROUP2F99

http://mitpress.mit.edu/promotions/books/GROSPF99

Using MPI

Portable Parallel Programming with the Message Passing Interface

second edition

William Gropp, Ewing Lusk, and Anthony Skjellum

Using MPI-2

Advanced Features of the Message Passing Interface

William Gropp, Ewing Lusk, and Rajeev Thakur

The Message Passing Interface (MPI) specification is widely used for

solving significant scientific and engineering problems on parallel

computers. There exist more than a dozen implementations on computer

platforms ranging from IBM SP-2 supercomputers to clusters of PCs

running Windows NT or Linux ("Beowulf" machines). The initial MPI

Standard document, MPI-1, was recently updated by the MPI Forum. The

new version, MPI-2, contains both significant enhancements to the

existing MPI core and new features.

Using MPI is a completely up-to-date version of the authors' 1994

introduction to the core functions of MPI. It adds material on the new

C++ and Fortran 90 bindings for MPI throughout the book. It contains

greater discussion of datatype extents, the most frequently

misunderstood feature of MPI-1, as well as material on the new

extensions to basic MPI functionality added by the MPI-2 Forum in the

area of MPI datatypes and collective operations.

Using MPI-2 covers the new extensions to basic MPI. These include

parallel I/O, remote memory access operations, and dynamic process

management. The volume also includes material on tuning MPI

applications for high performance on modern MPI implementations.

William Gropp and Ewing Lusk are Senior Computer Scientists in the

Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne National

Laboratory. Anthony Skjellum is Associate Professor of Computer Science

and Director of the High Performance Computing Laboratory at

Mississippi State University. Rajeev Thakur is an Assistant Computer

Scientist in the Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne

National Laboratory.

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From: Gian Antonio D'Addetta <gad@statik.uni-stuttgart.de>

Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 13:05:29 +0100 (MET)

**Subject: Symposium on Continuous and Discontinuous Modelling of Materials**

International Symposium on Continuous and Discontinuous Modelling of Cohesive

Frictional Materials in Stuttgart, Germany from 27th to 28th of April.

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to invite interested researchers working in the field of

computational material modelling of geomaterials, experimental investigations of

geomaterials or related fields to participate in the symposium "Continuous and

Discontinuous Modelling of Cohesive Frictional Materials".

This symposium focuses on various aspects of modelling techniques for

cohesive frictional materials and is planned as an informative seminarlike

meeting. Following the preceding workshops of the research group

"Modelling of Cohesive Frictional Materials" this meeting is projected as a

subject-spanning symposium with international audience. Invited

national and international experts in targeted research areas will enlight

current developments and problems in the numerical modelling of

cohesive frictional materials and provide a deeper understanding of the

micro and macro description of geomaterials. Lectures from the members

of the research group "Modelling of Cohesive Frictional Materials" will

give an overview on the research topics of this group. Advances reached

within the first research period of two years will be presented as well as

the cooperation between the various institutes.

We would very much appreciate if you could directly approach potential

participants and inform them about this symposium.

For further information on invited guests and a preliminary list of lectures

of the symposium please visit the CDM2000-homepage at:

http://www.uni-stuttgart.de/ibs/cdm2000.html

Thank you for your effort.

Gian Antonio D'Addetta

Institute of Structural Mechanics - University of Stuttgart - Germany

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From: Sabrina Nordt <nordt@math.fu-berlin.de>

Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 16:45:13 +0000

**Subject: Workshop on Numerical Methods for Free Boundary Problems**

INTERPHASE 2000

VIII. Workshop on

Numerical methods for free boundary problems

Berlin (Germany), October 5 --7, 2000

organized by

Freie Universitaet Berlin, Institut fuer Mathematik I

Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics

(WIAS), Berlin

Scientific committee: G. Dziuk (Freiburg)

C.M. Elliott (Brighton)

R.H. Nochetto (College Park)

C. Verdi (Milano)

Organizing committee: R. Kornhuber (FU-Berlin),

J. Sprekels (WIAS, Berlin)

The meeting is intended to stimulate the interplay of

mathematical modelling, numerical analysis, numerical

computation and real world problems in the field of

free boundary problems, such as phase transformations,

superconductivity or fluid interfaces.

The workshop continues the series of meetings on

numerical and computational aspects of free boundary

problems started with the ESF/FBP scientific program.

Preliminary workshops took place at Jyvaeskylae (1993),

Pont-a'-Mousson (1994), Pavia and Freiburg (1995),

Lamoura (1996), Ittingen (1997), Braga (1998), and Freiburg (1999).

A tentative list of invited speakers contains:

R.F. Almgren, E. Baensch, J.W. Barret, J. Blowey, F. Bornemann,

J.-M. Vanden-Broeck, P. Colli-Franzone, K. Deckelnick, G. Dziuk,

C.M. Elliott, W. Engl, D. Hoemberg, K.-H. Hoffmann, M. Kimura,

O. Klein, R. Klein, R. Krause, J. Lowengrub, R.H. Nochetto,

M. Paolini, L. Prigozhin, J. Rappaz, G. Savare', A. Schmidt,

G.J. Schmitz, J.A. Sethian, M. Shelley, V. Styles, T. Tiihonen,

A.-K. Tornberg, C. Verdi

The conference fee of 75 DM includes coffee/tea and conference dinner.

The workshop is sponsored by - Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft*

- WIAS Berlin

- TMR*

* grant pending

Contact address:

Sabrina Nordt | Phone: #49 (30) 838-75407

Freie Universitaet Berlin | Fax: #49 (30) 838-54977

Fachbereich Mathematik + Informatik | e-mail: interphase@math.fu-berlin.de

Institut fuer Mathematik I |

Arnimallee 2-6, |

D-14195 Berlin (Germany) |

URL: http://www.math.fu-berlin.de/interphase/

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From: Stephane Gerbi <Stephane.Gerbi@univ-savoie.fr>

Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2000 13:34:24 +0100

**Subject: Savoisiennes Numerical Analysis Days**

FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT

"FIRST SAVOISIENNES NUMERICAL ANALYSIS DAYS"

BOUNDARY CONDITIONS IN EVOLUTION EQUATIONS.

THEORETICAL AND NUMERICAL ASPECTS.

to be held 25-26 may 2000 at:

University of Savoie, Campus Scientifique, Le Bourget du Lac, France

Organised by C. Bourdarias, S. Gerbi, M. Gisclon

from the Mathematics Department of the Universty of Savoie, Chambery, France.

List of Speakers:

F. Bouchut (Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris),

P. Fabrie (University of Bordeaux),

I. Faille (Insitut Francais du Petrole, Paris),

T. Gallouet (University of Marseille),

E. Grenier (Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon),

O.Gues (University of Nice),

R. Herbin (University of Marseille),

F. Nataf (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris),

D. Serre (Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon),

J.P.Vila (Institut des Sciences Appliquees de Toulouse).

The program of these Days will include 10 invited 1 hour lectures.

Posters presentation by young reseachers is also organised.

There are NO registration fees but the inscription is recommended.

For more information send e-mail to: JSAN2000@univ-savoie.fr

or consult the Web site: http://www.lama.univ-savoie.fr/JSAN2000

Kindly inform your colleagues interested in this field.

Stephane Gerbi

Laboratoire de Mathematiques

Universite de Savoie

Campus Scientifique

75376 Le Bourget du Lac Cedex

tel: +33 (0) 4 79 75 87 27

fax: +33 (0) 4 79 75 81 42

e-mail: gerbi@univ-savoie.fr

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From: Simon Chandler-Wilde <chandler-wilde@lineone.net>

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 23:56:59 -0000

**Subject: Workshop on Computational Acoustics and Electromagnetics**

An Interdisciplinary Workshop on

INNOVATIVE BOUNDARY ELEMENT TECHNIQUES

IN COMPUTATIONAL ACOUSTICS AND ELECTROMAGNETICS

14-15 September 2000, University of Bath, UK

Forming part of the Second International Conference on

Boundary Integral Methods: Theory and Applications,

12-16 September 2000

held under the auspices of the Institute of Mathematics

and its Applications and Co-Sponsored by the

Institution of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Acoustics.

CALL FOR PAPERS AND APPLICATION FORM

DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS: 17th March 2000

This interdisciplinary workshop, supported by the UK Engineering

and Physical Sciences Research Council,

aims to connect engineers, mathematicians, and industrialists

working on innovative boundary element algorithms and their

application in computational acoustics and electromagnetics,

and to explore the opportunities for increased collaboration in this field.

The following have agreed to give invited talks at the workshop:

W.C. Chew (University of Illinois), A. Kirsch (University of Karlsruhe),

S.P. Walker (Imperial College, London), L.Wrobel (Brunel University, London).

Workshop Organising and Scientific Committee:

Simon Chandler-Wilde (Brunel University, Chair), Ke Chen (University of

Liverpool), Penny Davies (University of Strathclyde), Ivan Graham (University

of Bath), Mireille Levy (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory).

The larger conference includes additional invited talks from:

C. Constanda (Strathclyde University), W. Hackbusch (Max-Planck-Institute,

Leipzig), T. Hou (California Institute of Technology), A. Rathsfeld

(Weierstrass Institute, Berlin), S.A. Sauter (University of Zurich),

I.H. Sloan (University of New South Wales, Sydney), W.L. Wendland

(University of Stuttgart).

Future announcements about the workshop and further details/

application forms can be found at the web site

http://www.brunel.ac.uk/~mastsnc/workshop.html

Future details concerning the larger conference can be found at:

http://www.ima.org.uk/mathematics/confboundary.htm

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From: Gene Golub <golub@sccm.Stanford.EDU>

Date: Tue, 15 Feb 100 13:55:30 PST

**Subject: Forsythe Fellowship at Stanford**

STANFORD UNIVERSITY FORSYTHE FELLOW

Scientific Computing and Computational Mathematics Program

2 Year Acting Assistant Professorship

The School of Engineering at Stanford University has established

Forsythe Fellows in the Scientific Computing and Computational

Mathematics (SCCM) Program. These positions have a duration of two

years and are jointly funded through the School of Engineering and the

research support of faculty members in the SCCM Program. An optional

third year of funding may be available, contingent upon financial

resources.

The SCCM program is an interdisciplinary graduate program awarding MS

and PhD degrees. The successful candidate will be expected to carry

out a program of research in scientific computation. The current areas

of research of members of the core faculty include solution of pde's,

linear algebra, optimization and fluid mechanics. He/she will teach

two courses within the SCCM program each academic year and will also

help in the administration of the weekly SCCM seminar. Typically one

of these courses may be at an advanced level and in the field of

interest of the successful candidate while the other will be an

undergraduate, or beginning graduate, level course in computational

mathematics or numerical analysis. It is desirable for the candidate

to have some knowledge of parallel computation.

For further information about the SCCM Program see the URL:

http://www-sccm.stanford.edu.

The starting date for this Fellowship is Sept 15, 2000 or possibly earlier.

Please mail applications to:

Forsythe Fellow Committee

Computer Science Dept.

Gates 2B

Stanford University

Stanford CA 94305

USA

Attn. G Golub

The applicants should have three references sent to the Committee.

Stanford University is an equal opportunity employer.

Closing Date: April 1, 2000.

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From: Charles Romine <rominech@ornl.gov>

Date: Sun, 13 Feb 2000 14:51:09 -0500

**Subject: Householder Fellowship at Oak Ridge National Laboratory**

ALSTON S. HOUSEHOLDER

Fellowship in Scientific Computing

The Computer Science & Mathematics (CSM) Division at the Oak Ridge

National Laboratory (ORNL) invites outstanding candidates to apply

for the 2000 Alston S. Householder Fellowship in Scientific Computing.

The Fellowship honors Dr. Alston S. Householder, founding director

of the Mathematics Division (now CSM) at ORNL and recognizes his

seminal research contributions to the fields of numerical analysis

and scientific computing.

Funding for the Householder Fellowship comes from the Computational

Mathematics Project, which is supported by the Office of Mathematical,

Information, and Computational Sciences of the U.S. Department of Energy.

Each Householder Fellowship is a one-year appointment (potentially

renewable for a second year) that provides access to state-of-the-art

computational facilities (high-performance workstations and parallel

architectures), and collaborative research opportunities in active

research programs in advanced scientific computing and computational

sciences. The Fellowship offers a competitive salary, fringe benefits,

and travel opportunities.

The purpose of the Householder Fellowship is to promote innovative

research in scientific computing on advanced computer architectures and

to facilitate technology transfer from the laboratory research

environment to industry and academia through advanced training of new

computational scientists.

For more information, visit our web site at

http://www.csm.ornl.gov/householder

Position requires a Ph.D. in computer science, mathematics, or statistics

(completed no more than three years prior to the appointment). Must have

a strong background and research interest in large-scale scientific

computing. To apply, send resume, statement of research, and three

letters of recommendation by March 31, 2000, to: Householder Fellowship,

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, P.O. Box 2008, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6359.

Finalists for the Fellowship will be invited to visit ORNL to present a

seminar and visit the area. The selection committee's final decision will

be made in May 2000. The selected Fellow must be available to begin the

appointment during CY 2000.

ORNL, a multiprogram research facility managed by Lockheed Martin Energy

Research Corp. for the U.S. Department of Energy, is an equal opportunity

employer committed to building and maintaining a diverse work force.

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From: Benedict Tanyi <tanyi@fecit.co.uk>

Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 10:25:38 +0000

**Subject: Position at the Fujitsu European Centre, UK**

POSITION AT THE FUJITSU EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (FECIT)

Financial/Mathematical Modeller:

FECIT (a subsidiary of Fujitsu Ltd., Japan) is a

multidisciplinary research centre devoted to the development

of information technology on the latest high performance

parallel computers (visit http://www.fecit.com for more

information on FECIT's research activities).

A vacancy exits within the Financial Engineering

Research Group at FECIT for a researcher in

Financial Risk Management/Modelling. Our scope is

fairly broad, but experience in the following areas

are most desirable:

1. Portfolio Optimization Theory

2. Derivative Pricing (mathematics of)

3. Artificial Intelligence, particularly Neural Networks,

Genetic Programming, etc., with applications in Finance.

4. Good Object-Oriented Programming skills are also desirable.

Practical experience in one or more of the above areas and

clear mathematical analytical skills are preferred, but not

necessary. Applications are encouraged from recent Ph.D.s or

suitable qualified graduates.

It is also essential that the applicants have:

- the ability to do independent research;

- the ability and desire to work in teams of individuals

with diverse backgrounds;

- enthusiasm for working on applications;

- good communication skills.

The salary for this position will be in the range of 22,000 to 30,000 pounds,

depending on qualification. The benefits package includes 25 days annual

holiday, a pension scheme, private health insurance, death in services benefits,

subsidized Health Club fees and subsidized canteen facilities.

Interested applicants should send their CV's to Mrs. Edna Davis, at the

address below. Her E-mail is edna@fecit.co.uk. Further details about the

position can be obtained from Dr. Benedict Tanyi, tanyi@fecit.co.uk.

Mrs Edna Davis

Fujitsu European Centre for Information Technology

2 Longwalk Road

Stockley Park

Uxbridge

Middlesex UB11 1AB

United Kingdom

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From: Jean-Davis Benamou <Jean-David.BENAMOU@inria.fr>

Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2000 17:30:26 +0100

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at INRIA, France**

We invite applications either at the post-doc level or higher to join our

team at INRIA-Rocquencourt, France (near Paris) to work on the development

of a scientific software library dedicated to Geometrical Optics and

related Hamilton-Jacobi problems. The person chosen for this post will

participate in the object oriented architecture design of the library

and will be in charge of coding the classes.

He will also need to interact with people interested in using or contributing

to the library. The position is for a period of one to two years (possibly

longer) starting as soon as possible. The salary will depend on experience.

Candidates should have some background in numerical methods for PDE's and

ODE's and experience in coding such methods. The candidate should either

have knowledge of OO programming and C++ or be willing to train himself

in such coding techniques. The possibilty for the candidate to split his

time between the development of the library and his own research provided

it is related to G.O. can be discussed.

Interested people should contact Jean-David.benamou@inria.fr

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From: Loyce Adams <adams@amath.washington.edu>

Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2000 10:11:15 -0800 (PST)

**Subject: Postdoctoral Position at University of Washington**

VIGRE Postdoctoral Position

University of Washington

Department of Applied Mathematics

Applications are invited for one Postdoctoral Fellow starting

September 16, 2000. Applicants are required to have earned a

Ph.D. degree between March 15, 1999 and the start date. This

position is part of an NSF VIGRE program in Applied and

Computational Mathematical Sciences (ACMS) joint between the

Applied Mathematics, Mathematics, and Statistics departments.

The current opening is in the Department of Applied Mathematics,

but the recipient will have opportunities for research collaboration

within these mathematical sciences units and other applied departments

on campus. More details may be found at

http://www.ms.washington.edu/acms/activities/fellowships/ad.postdocs.html.

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From: Hans Schneider <hans@math.wisc.edu>

Date: Sun, 13 Feb 2000 21:41:09 -0600 (CST)

**Subject: Contents, Linear Algebra and Its Applications**

Journal: Linear Algebra and Its Applications

ISSN : 0024-3795

Volume : 306

Issue : 1-3

Date : 22-Feb-2000

pp 1-13

Equivalence constants for matrix norms: a problem of Goldberg

A Tonge

pp 15-24

Classes of Schur D-stable matrices

R Fleming

pp 25-31

A representation theorem for algebras with commuting involutions

M Cabrera

pp 33-44

Sparsity of orthogonal matrices with restrictions

GS Cheon, BL Shader

pp 45-57

On sums of three square-zero matrices

K Takahashi, PEIYUAN Wu

pp 59-86

The Nevanlinna-Pick interpolation problems and power moment problems

for matrix-valued functions III: The infinitely many data case

GONGNING Chen

pp 87-102

Generalized totally positive matrices

M Fiedler

pp 103-121

On almost regular tournament matrices

C Eschenbach, JR Weaver

pp 123-130

Dual graphs and knot invariants

M Lien, W Watkins

pp 131-143

Decomposing a matrix into circulant and diagonal factors

M Schmid, R Steinwandt

pp 145-154

Centrogonal matrices

O Krafft

pp 155-163

Spectral clustering properties of block multilevel Hankel matrices

D Fasino

pp 165-182

On condensed forms for partially commuting matrices

YUA Alpin, L Elsner

pp 183-188

A tree whose complement is not eigensharp

VL Watts

pp 189-202

Growth in Gaussian elimination for weighing matrices, W(n,n-1)

CHRISTOS Koukouvinos

pp 203-209

Semidefiniteness without real symmetry

CR Johnson, RB Reams

pp 211-211

Author index

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From: Iain Duff <I.Duff@rl.ac.uk>

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 09:57:34 GMT

**Subject: Contents, IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis**

IMA JOURNAL OF NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

Contents of Volume 20, Number 1.

E.P. Stephan and T. Tran

Domain decomposition algorithms for indefinite weakly singular integral

equations: the $h$ and $p$ versions.

pp 1-24

M. Reifenberg and J-P. Berrut

Numerical solution of boundary integral equations by means of

attenuation factors.

pp 25-46

E.F. Toro and S.J. Billett

Centred TVD schemes for hyperbolic conservation laws.

pp 47-79

Z. Chen, T. Shih and X. Yue

Numerical methods for Stefan problems with prescribed convection

and nonlinear flux.

pp 81-98

P.W. Hemker, G.I. Shishkin and L.P. Shishkina

$\epsilon$-uniform schemes with high-order time-accuracy for

parabolic singular perturbation problems.

pp 99-121

Wang Xinghua.

Convergence of Newton's method and uniqueness of the solution of

equations in Banach space.

pp 123-134

J. Schropp

One-step and multistep procedures for constrained minimization problems.

pp 135-152

Huang Chengming

Dissipativity of Runge-Kutta methods for dynamical systems with delays.

pp 153-166

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